Lewes manager Simon Parker is hoping his side can continue their recent good run of form when they host London Bees tomorrow afternoon at The Dripping Pan.

The Rooks have lost just one of their last four games and that form has seen them move into sixth place in the WSL Championship.

They could move into fifth if they get a win and London City fail to beat Charlton.

But Parker (pictured) is glad they are in good form heading into to a tough run of fixtures.

He told The Argus: “We are in good form, We had a really good start to the season and we got to the halfway point and had some really poor results until Christmas.

“But since we brought the new signings we have started to get back to winning ways.

“I feel we are starting to hit a little bit of form and that is going to be important because we have London Bees next.

“Then after that it is two of the toughest games in the league in Leicester and Liverpool.

“I know Liverpool haven’t been performing as well as everyone would have expected, but they are a very good side.

“So it is good for us to be in great form heading into those games.”

Parker also explained what their aims are for the rest of the season.

He said: “We want to finish as high up the table as we can.

“I haven’t checked mathematically but we shouldn’t be getting relegated.

“The aim for us now is to try and consolidate that sixth place because I think it is going to be too difficult for us to catch the top four, as they are too far ahead and they are not going to drop the points that are needed.

“If we can get fifth then that would a good season for us and it is definitely the target to try and push on for that.

“We have got a game in hand on London City and at the same time they have got some challenging fixtures.

“We have got Palace last game of the season and if they hit some form and get the results, it could be them that are competing for that spot.

“So, our aim is to secure fifth spot and if we can do that it will have been a fantastic season for us.”